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BMS Symmetry is a symmetry of the gravitational S-Matrix that is generated by Bondi-Metzner-Sachs transformations. Soft gravitons are the Goldstone Bosons of this symmetry, when it is spontaneously broken.[1] It has been proposed that BMS Symmetry solves the black hole information paradox, but this idea remains controversial.

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  1. He, Temple; Lysov, Vyacheslav., Mitra, Prahar., Strominger, Andrew.. "BMS supertranslations and Weinberg's soft graviton theorem". ArXiV.